Listening Salons, a portion of the Clark Conversation Cafes, focus on learning the art of listening in the first hour and practicing those skills by listening one-on one to each other in the second hour. Participants can share anything they wish to share and be really listened to. Great forum for getting things off your chest, airing an idea, making a decision, or expressing a dream you have.
These Listening salons will teach you how to really listen in a highly interactive tutorial facilitated by Clark Adjunct instructor of theater, Marci McReynolds who has taught close to 10,000 people how to really listen.
What does it mean to really listen?
Really listening can be thought of as a “social meditation” in which listeners deliberately bear witness to another’s story. The characteristics of really listening are:
Links on Active Listening
More Information on really learning
Marci's Notes and More information
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